Monthly Archives: February 2018

Chasing ice: Can crowded Bay Area skating rinks handle the post-Olympic crush?

(Click here, if you are unable to view this video or photo gallery on your mobile device.) Ice rinks across the Bay Area are anticipating the post-Olympic crush of newcomers enthralled with the glittering spins and jumps of figure skating, … Continue reading

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The California Dream is tough to afford if you’re under 40

Click here if you are having trouble viewing the video on your mobile device. ABOVE: If you’re under 40 or a renter, the California dream of owning a home is out of reach according to a new poll. Samantha Sprau … Continue reading

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Report: San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties least … – KGO

Do you want to shock someone today? Show them this new report from the California Association of Realtors on housing affordability in California and the Bay Area for the fourth quarter of last year. According to the report, a household … Continue reading

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West Coast Developer Used Real-Estate Wealth to Support Medical Research

When Sanford Diller had an idea for a real-estate project or philanthropic initiative, he would spell them out in long, detailed voicemail messages to family members and employees. Sometimes his daughter, Jackie Safier, spent her entire 45-minute commute listening to … Continue reading

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Buying a Bay Area home is now a stretch even for Apple and Google engineers

Software engineers at Bay Area tech companies, including Apple, Google and Facebook, would have to fork over more than 28% of their monthly salaries — a move frowned upon by financial experts — to pay for a home within a … Continue reading

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